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Nickel tin alloy




Dear all,
I'm planning to pursue a research paper on a composition that has 55% Nickel and 45% tin. I need help in finding out where I can get the same material . If not widely available in the market, at least how the particular composition can be obtained by fabrication methods from those ones pre- existing.

Bavesh Moorthy
Student - Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
October 11, 2008



Now be specific. There are 2 possibilities.

1) You are searching for an alloy where the 2 metals are mixed.

2) Maybe you are searching for the special intermetallic of those 2 metals. This can only be obtained be electrolysis.

Bo König
- Odense, Denmark
October 15, 2008




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